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>> it's saturday, february 6th. good morning and thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's look at your super bowl weekend forecast. here's lisa argen a first look at believe doppler 7hd. good morning, lisa >> good morning. we are starting out clear and a little haze in some areas. overall high pressure is building in and that will scrub this fog away in santa rosa. visibility a mile and a quarter there. four miles for concord, san carlos and livermore with temperatures certainly on the cool side. in fact, we are looking at number in the 30s in our inland valleys. near 350 in san francisco. and for the next twelve hours it's full sunshine for the most part where numbers will climb into the low 60s around the bay. 59 at the coast. and then by 4:00 in the
afternoon we should see about 69 in san jose, 68 in oakland, 64 half moon bay. ocean beach and san francisco. and then temperatures will cool off quickly as the sun sets. but we are just getting going on our warming trend. near records are possible with 5 do 15 degrees above arrange through next monday. chris. >> thank you. today's super bowl event will have to be pretty awesome to top last night's conner is. here's the cam over super bowl city. it's calm now but last night crowds reached maximum capacity. we are fined live from inside super bowl city. and tiffany, one republic did not disappoint their fans . >> they certainly did not disappoint. i want putt to take a look at super bowl city right now. it's just me hanging out with some of the security guards. but last night it it was a completely different story. it wasn't about the team
rivalries, it was all about one republic and the spectacular show they put on. just take a look at the crowds. visitors say the energy was incredible. and many grabbed their cell phones, hoping to cap purchase the moments to share with friends and family back home. however, if you arrived fashionably late, you were most likely out of late. so many people showed up people had to turn people away starting at 8:30. but fans didn't go far. many listened from infront of the ferry building. then when the concert ended, eyes turned from stage to the sky for a fantastic fireworks shoot over the bay. a perfect finale to a night many out of town visitors say they won't forget. >> we are huge denver fans, run republic is from colorado, we are from colorado, we are huge fans and happy to be here >> the concert continues tonight and crowds are expected to be each biggering. at 7:00 metallica will perform
at at&t park. at 8:15 alicia keys will give a free performance in super bowl city on city stage. and then at 11:30 for the late night crowd, the red hot chilly peppers will format pier 70. if you don't want to miss the performance, and aim sure you don't, you have to make sure to get here early. live in super bowl city, tiffany wilson. abc7 news >> good advice, tiffany. thank you very much. >> if you choose to drive to super bowl city this weekend, watch out for rising parking prices. the lots near the ferry building have doubled their rates. it usually costs $18 a day to park along the embarcadero but yesterday it cost $40 for the day. our sister network espn has a major presence in the city for the super bowl. last night they held a party at fort mason. fillets are and celebrities took time to speak with the media. >> i am as much a fan as i am happy to be here to perform. look around and see all the
celebrities, and all my childhood idols right in front of me. it's pretty wild. >> the longer the game goes, the better chance that denver has. if it's close we have a better chance with payton pulling it off with their defense but if carolina gets a great start, it will be scary for denver. >> i think carolina is the better team. i think usually nine times out of ten the better team wins, but i'm rooting for peyton manning to finish out. >> this was espn's 12th annual super bowl party. santa clara is full of super bowl events at the university. beginning at 10:00 players will be signing autographs. at 1:00 this afternoon some of the same players will take part of a celebrity flag football game. rock great huey lewis and the news will hold a concert at 6:30. and a fireworks is starting at 8:00. >> san jose, not san francisco,
is turning out to be the place for fans more player-oriented. to get the players autographs you need to go to the site of the game. abc7 news reporter katie tells us what fans are experiencing in the south bay. >> squeezed against the barricade outside san jose's marriott hotel. the moment panthers fans pounced on. >> we got him on his way to the car. >> carolina quarterback cam newton. >> they are really back. cam is super tall. he tried to hide but you could still see him. >> pretty awesome. superman. >> a super fan. this nine-year-old traveled with his family for a shot at super bowl history. >> seeing the players is kind of unique because it's the super bowl. and just to get their signatures is pretty cool. >> jared allen. >> with broncos fans are back from their players. santa clara's marriott is highly guarded.
but the closest watering hole. >> just found out we are this close to the broncos hotel, and that's cool. i didn't know that. this is big business. >> this is 300 percent higher than the normal week. >> we flew into sfo so came here and get our hotel and come back here tonight and up there tomorrow. it's weird the disjoined places but we wanted to pick a hotel where we were close to the stadium. >> out of town fans said they will find the action. players parties and the big game. even if it means traveling the bay. in the south bay, katie, abc7 news. >> bruno mars is joining the lineup of performers during the halftime show. sky 7hd was over the stadium was they rehearsed yesterday afternoon. cold play also got in some rehearsal game.
bruno marses will join along with beyoncé. lady gaga got in her last minute rehearse he will time yesterday. sky hd shows her getting set to sing the national anthem. marley will join her signing the words. a gift or a morale test. a san francisco couple also found a wear of super bowl to tickets and it's a story you will only see on abc7 news. christian and corey wong were at the moscone center for the nfl experience. while waiting, he spotted an envelope and inside were two $1800 super bowl tickets. >> my reaction at first, ag -- i thought for some weird reason he bought them, so i was upset. no, did you just now buy those tickets? i know you can't purchase them there, but that was my reaction. and then he is like, oh, my gosh, we have to leave. we have to leave. and i said what happened? he said i'm light-headed right now. i just have to go sit down.
>> they notified the nfl but so far no one has come forward to claim the tickets. be sure is download our abc7 news app for details on traffic alerts, super bowl city and the nfl experience. you can enable push alerts to get instant updates. in other news there are more problems this morning for san francisco county's jail system as two guards have been put on leave. our media partner, the bay area news group, report the guards is accused of beating an inmate so badly it left him permanently disfigured. they told abc7 news he was repeatedly punched and slammed face first into a wall and a metal bed frame. the guards have been removed from their jobs during a criminal investigation. the beating happened july 23rd of last year, about a month before another inmate was killed. three officers have been charged with murder in that case. a chp officer is all smiles as he recovered from a stabbing that led to a manhunt earlier this week. chp san francisco posted this photo of the officer on facebook yesterday. he is smiling and holding his
badge, which was returned to him yesterday morning. a man stabbed him in the neck tuesday morning. the chp thanked first responders for quickly arriving and helping him. they also thanked police for tracking down the suspect. 6:0ed is our time. lisa, you you are tracking the weather? that's right. in san francisco it's 50 degrees but still quite chilly and a good deal of fog around the bay. we will talk about where, and for how long next. ahead, a former nfl opener will be finding out today if he will be inducted into the nfl hall of fame. what he needs to have happen. abc7 news looks at the cultural evolution of the super bowl over the last half century.
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hall. he needs 830% of the ballots to get in, and it would sure be fitting if he were announced the same year the super bowl to is played in the 49ers home stadium. we will also find out if former raider great ken stabler will be inducted. it was revealed this week that stabler had the brain disease cte. he died from colon cancer last year at the age of 69. we also talked to one of stabler's daughters yesterday and she told us what her father shared with her about his symptoms. >> he shared recently that it was having headaches, issues sleeping, buzzing in the ear, and there's one instance where he had issues even knowing what to do at a stop sign. >> stabler, nicknamed the snake, was named nfl mvp in 1974. he led the silver and black to a super bowl win in 1977. >> as the big game comes in focus fans are focused on their
favorite players and teams. players and maybe a few friendly wagers. in the last half century the super bowl was transcended from a national game to a national holiday. we asked wayne freedman to look at the day and it's meaning from a broader perspective. >> the more it changed, the more we remain the same. it sounds like a contradiction. look no farther than the super bowl. >> a vehicle, a platform, it's a ticket to create something so much more. >> going to the right, touchdown! >> they are fighting, sweating, bleeding. they are taking territory. >> dr. dean lamont is a professor of sports history at st. mary's college. if he sounds cynical, he is not alone. as the super bowl approached we asked him and dr. michael goldman of the university of san francisco to talk about this event from the academic and intellectual perspective. >> sports and politics and society are tightly interwoven and they have been for centuries.
>> what we have seen in what is more than a half a century of soup bowls is marketing is evolution. the first one seems so innocent by comparison but it was the sentinel moment of what is a single event now worth 500 million brand dollars, as we call it. >> was it innocent back then? is it innocent now? ♪ and our flag was still there >> begin with the patriotic themes, the reds, the whites, the blues. we see them every year. ♪ oh, beautiful for spacious skies ♪ >> last the year we had "america the beautiful" and the military was on display. >> these proud men and women are assigned to active guard units. they are a constant at super bowls. a show designed not only for american audiences but they are also about how we portray ourselves to the rest of the world. >> the unveiling of the flag,
the flyovers. ♪ the land of the free >> the military involvement. the moments of silence. this is a strong kind of indicator of what's important to american society and that's reflected in it's most important event. >> the play clock at 5. >> so as you watch the game this year, take a step back and look at the broader view. >> i'm thinking many people, the game doesn't matter as much as the rest of the experience and the rest of the value they get from the event. >> yes, it's about teams and heroes and winners and losers and role models, but it's also a a snapshot of this nation at a moment of time taken every year. an ongoing cultural narrative. from san francisco wayne freedman, abc7 news >> it's that time of year again when beer lovers gather in the north bay to get a special brew. every february the russian river brewing company in santa rosa sells it. it's only available for two weeks. hundreds of beer lovessers from
across the country lined up for hours yesterday just to get a taste. the crowds are smaller than last year, possibly because the crowds scared them off. we don't ask for a more beautiful super bowl forecast. >> no, not at all. high temperatures anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees above average. this is just the beginning because we could see some records tomorrow, into monday and possibly tuesday. 7:09, the sunrises. 5:38 is the sunset. over ten hours of day light and live doppler hd showing the storm track being pushed well to the north due to the building ridge of high pressure. it's not even over the bay area yet so it will continue to deflect the snow cover. visibility reduced from the north bay about 3 miles. 5 miles at sfo and half moon bay
looking pretty good. so with the clear sky, it's cool and numbers have dropped into the 30s in some spots but this panel here starting out with 50 in san francisco, 404 in oakland. low 40s for morgan hill. 42. good morning in san jose with 45 in half moon bay and from the east bay hills camera the winds will continue to shift to an offshore component and that's going to aid in our warmup. 39 santa rosa, as well as novato. concord and livermore 38 for you in napa with 36 out by the delta. starting out on the cool side. then with full sunshine we will see the warmup. but we are looking at conditions to be pretty dangerous at the coast with the surf getting pretty high. so spring-like for super bowl sunday. the warm pattern into early next week. and record temperatures will be possible. so with that beach hazard statement we will have swells anywhere from 7 to 10 feet. from sonoma, point reyes, montara, half moon bay, ocean beach, particularly dangerous here. you can see the current wave
heights at 9 feet all the way down the coast to monterey. even southward. quite dicey there as well. let's look at the next three days. from san francisco mid-and upper 60s today. depending on if you are in the final district, the ocean. and into the 70s for monday and tuesday. so this is a forecast for tomorrow with low 70s in our east bay. our inlapped east bay. look at that. 76? that's right on through tuesday. so it looks like we aren't going to see the cool-down until later on in the work week when the rimming shifts to the east and it breaks down. so look at san jose the next seven days. the numbers keep going up. they stay warm into tuesday and wednesday. it's not until next friday when we could possibly see a little light rain in parts of the north bay. but in terms of super bowl city, yes, it's all about the super bowl. we've got upper 50s 11:00. 63 at 2:00 in the afternoon. upper 56 and chilly with 50s by 10:00. so around the bay look for the
mid-60s from vallejo and richmond today. 69 palo alto and morgan hill with. with 68 in livermore. the big game tomorrow, i'm sure you've heard, low 70s and sunny skies. the accuweather seven-day forecast, warming days right on through monday and tuesday and the on shore push should cool us back into the latter part of the week, hoping for rain on friday but only one model is bringing in that rain chance. >> i'm sure all the visitors in the bay area are just like, yes! no rain. and we are like, we need the rain. thank you. super bowl sunday is a golden opportunity. next "7 on your side" michael fip any shows you what to take advantage of tomorrow that has
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are here specifically because they don't want to watch the game. >> it turns out there are plenty of nonfootball things to do on sunday, and fewer crowds doing them. >> it's sort of an oasis of calm. >> you can't get less football than this. lush gardens, warm air, trains chugging around a pan pacific replica at a conservatory of flowers in golden gate park. >> no, don't throw any footballs because we are a glass house. >> and it's free admission day here at the museum of sciences. >> usually free museum day is really crowded. >> but not on super bowl sunday. see penguins and dinosaurs without the crowds. or enjoy amateur and pros dancing on skates to disco music in the park. down the road from the stadium anyone can become an athlete instead of just watching them. the annual guadalupe run in san jose includes races for kids
and adults, along a scenic path. elsewhere you can take in a showing of kubuki theater in san mateo, learn to make chai tea. see the no sought the toe theater company perform a midsummer night's dream cajun style or learn to juggle free here at the circus center for san francisco. and for a more far-flung escape, snow should be plentiful and crowds light at tahoe ski resorts with many of them giving discounts on bowl day. >> i posted links to all the events we mentioned, plus many more. you will find it on our website at abc7news.com. i'm michael finney, "7 on your side." if. >> i'm excited, i'm a little nervous. >> catching a touchdown pass is a lot he's year than doing a good braid. >> my dad is giving a dad-do. >> a dad's-do is coming from the heart. >> this commercial is taking the
internet by storm and is inspiring dads everywhere goat in the game. it's part of the new strong is beautiful campaign. the ad is inspired by research that show girls who spend quality time with their dads are more self-confident, self-reliant and more successful in school and their career. 6:26, the timed. it's fashion meets football. the fashion footballs were dreamed up by the council of fashion designers of america. 50 designers, including tiffany betsy johnson and rachel produced their own glamorous take on the brown leather ball. each piece is being auctioned online until february 14th. proceeds will go to the nfl foundation. twitter put together this map as a color-coded view of which super bowl team tweeted about most in each state. the panthers have the national advantage, including here in california, where they are mentioned 55% of the time compared to the broncos. much more aheads on the abc7 saturday morning news. a stream of military vehicles rolls into santa clara as super bowl security hits a new level with the big game just a day away.
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i'm chris nguyen. we are in for some nice conditions across the bay today. here's lisa argen. she's tracking the conditions where you live. >> good morning, chris. temperatures on the cool side now. we are in for a pretty nice warmup today as high pressure continues to build in. 39 in livermore and concord. visibility three or four miles from the inland east bay to the north bay. san francisco sits at 50 degrees. temperatures today will be around 5 to perhaps 10 degrees above average. so a few areas of patchy, warming clouds and then full sunshine. 10 hours, 29 minutes of day light with the spring-like condition arriving today. low 60s around the bay and inland. near 60s along the coast but look what happens around the 3:00, 4:00 hour. it will be a cool evening tonight. we could see some records right on through tuesday. chris. >> thanks. we are just one day away from
one of america's biggest spectacle. and local police and several federal agencies have a game plan to keep super bowl visitors and the rest of us safe. >> after a month of anticipation, law enforcement officials say they are ready for super bowl 50. every division of the san jose police department has been assigned to work uniformed patrol. twelve-hour shifts with coverage around the clock. >> managing risk in today's new era and new age. we feel we are as prepared as we can be. >> as the south bay prepares to welcome the world, the department of homeland security is ready to respond. visitors flying into the airport are greeted by this. >> coming out, come get our bags, there's a couple officers at the top, a couple officers at the bottom. k9 officer. >> sky 7hd caught this scene at levi's stadium as military vehicles made their way in ahead of the big game. >> we are all accessible to everyone else. which is part of the challenge. but with the additional security around, we have to just live our lives.
we can't live in fear. >> the fbi is managing threats and emergency response. >> we came down to enjoy what's going on in downtown san jose. but the extra security has made me feel comfortable walking by myself, walking around town. >> police say they will also have extra patrols after tomorrow's games as fans head to bars and restaurants to celebrate. football fans from all over are pouring into the bay area right now. that includes a lot of broncos and panthers fans who are obviously full of optimism. >> going to see the second super bowl the panthers have been in and bringing over the victory. >> we love the broncos, it's super bowl 50, i'm 50, so it's all coming together and here i am. caltrain is adding special trains to get people to and from the super bowl tomorrow. family and staff from the denver broncos were spotted taking the train to the city. >> we are going to super bowl
city, the fishermen's war of. and we want to ride a trolley. >> for the second day in a row, bart the set ridership records. more than 486,000 people road bart thursday. the fifth highest ridership day on record. later today, 49ers wide receiver antawn's bolden will find out if he's the walter payton man of the year. he's one of three finalists for the award. it's given to the player for their outstanding achievements on and off the field. eli manning and benjamin watson are the other nominees. the winner will be announced tonight. >> for me it's an honor to be recognized but that's not why we do it. we do it because we truly want to see a change being made. i'm sure those guys will tell you the same thing. you know, we didn't start foundations seeking attention. it has to be really in your heart to want to do things like
this. because it's time consuming. it's money that's been spent out of your pockets, but it's all well worth it. >> the man of the year will also receive a $50,000 donation to the charity of their choice. today the nfl is honoring our nation's military. all current and former military members will be able to buy up to four tickets to the nfl experience in san francisco for half off. you just need to flash your i.d. usaa, the official military appreciation sponsor of the nfl is sponsoring the event. today nearly two dozen players will be signing autographs or taking pictures of fans at the nfl experience, including 49ers quarterback blaine gabbert at 2:00 p.m. the running back latavious murray also at 2:00 p.m. and bills hall of famer thurmon thomas at 5:00 p.m. it runs from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the moscone center. you can find all the sources on
one page the abc7news.com/soupbowl 50. we posted schedules, traffic detours and pictures, videos and stories we've covered all week long. 6:35 the time. to politics. tonight abc news will host the republican presidential debate from new hampshire. the granite state's primary is in just two days and it could have far reaching consequences for the candidates. we have the story. good to see you. >> chris, good morning. it is a high stakes gop debate. so what to expect? donald trump is actually expected to show up this time after he ditched the last debate in iowa. ted cruz is accused of stealing votes the night of the iowa caucuses, and marco rubio will be attacked because he's doing better in the polls. >> it's the final push for support in new hampshire. >> i don't want anything. just want your vote. >> but donald trump was in south carolina. kept out of the granite state due to bad weather.
still bitter about his loss to ted cruz in iowa. >> i don't think i did come in second. i think i came in first, okay? >> god bless the great state of new hampshire. >> the winter storm didn't keep the other candidates off the new hampshire trail. their supporters were on the ground walking door to door. >> vote for jeb. >> even 90-year-old former first lady barbara bush braved the treacherous conditions for her son before tonight's debate hosted by abc news. marco rubio surging in the policy. >> you get a call on tuesday night saying i dropped out, it isn't true, don't believe it, it's a lie. keep voting. overnight bernie sanders got a lock-solid reception at this democratic fundraiser in manchester. hillary clinton was also there, undeterred by recent polls which showed the neighboring vermont senator with a whopping lead for tuesday's first in the nation primary. >> new hampshire has never quit on me and i'm not going to quit
on you! >> clinton, who is working very hard to pull young supporters has three events in new hampshire today. reporting live in manchester, new hampshire, abc7 news. >> request information, kenneth. thank you for the live report. you can watch the new hampshire republican debate moderated by world news tonight anchor david mauer and abc correspondent martha raditz. coverage begins here on abc7 at 7:00. still ahead, some estimates say 1 million people will be in the bay area for super bowl week. sky 7hd shows us how some of arriving in style. next a look at the local airports helping to make space to park all the private jets. first here's a live look from our visa everywhere sky cam this morning pointed at super bowl city. big crowds are expected later today, especially for the free concert.
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designate a sober driver to get you home safely. in 2014 more than 880 people were killed in california in dui crashes. 6:49 is our time. weather-wise you are tracking some warm conditions today? >> it's gorgeous out there. we are looking at a very pretty sunrise. here's a look from the exploratory yu cam you raw where afghanistan is still at 60 degrees. well above average. and thest rough of the bay area, no 50s to talk about. in fact 70s is record warmth. that's coming up. thanks. also next nfl commissioner roger goodell addresses the concussion issue in four score and seven years ago, our fathers brought forth-- [train horn blares] ... to the continent... [claps] ... a new nation. announcer: don't wait until presidents day to get a better night's sleep. during sleep train's presidents day sale save up to $300 on beautyrest and posturepedic, get three years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic,
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as many as 20,000 fans are expected at the super city concert at coliseum at 1:00 p.m. the warriors are encouraging fans to arrive as early as possible and to take public transportation. parking lots will open at 4:00 become for warrior fans and the doors open at 4:30. the super bowl hype is almost over. yesterday commissioner roger goodell gave his annual media conference before the big game. we have the details in this morning's sports report. >> good morning, everybody. nfl commissioner roger goodell gave his annual state of the league address at the super bowl. he had a couple of raider items we will share in a moment but this is probably one comment he wishes he could take back regarding concussions. >> if i had a son i would love to have him play the game of football. i would love to have him play the game of football because of the values you get. there's risk in life. there's risk to sitting on the couch. >> the couch comment has not gone over well at all. the raiders will play the texans in mexico city on november 21st. it will be the first time an nfl game has been played in mexico since 2005 and the 49ers lost to the cardinals. as for a permanent home for the silver and black, the
commissioner said the nfl will help the team stay in oakland but offered no new details. all the talking it done. no more media for the broncos and panthers. now it's time to get down to business as we count down to super bowl injury. nobody wants to miss a super bowl because of an injury. you may never get another chance at a championship. carolina linebacker thomas davis is going to start sunday despite breakings his arm in the nfc championship game. had surgery only 11 days ago. he will wear a protective brace. said he's ready to go. >> i'm not one of those guys that sits out. if i have an opportunity and i'm able to play, then i'm going to play. the super bowl just adds to it. it is another opportunity for me to go out and compete with my teammates, and it just so happens to be in the super bowl. i feel a lot better than i did a couple days after the surgery. and it just is continuing to heal every day. >> the broncos, they have a lot of super bowl experience in their locker room. they played in the game only a couple years ago. but there are still some players looking forward to their first big game.
it's peyton manning's fourth super bowl. 1 in 2 coming in. he asked about advice to the younger teammates. >> i think this experience is so unique for everybody, and it's very -- it's hard to tell somebody how they are going to feel on sunday. it can be extremely emotional. i think you want to avoid it being overwhelming, but i think you have to be careful telling someone how they are going to feel. they may have to make it natural. >> there is one other big game this weekend in the bay area. the warriors will host the thunder. ok.c. is third in the western conference. they have won their last games but the warriors crushed the spurs and the cavs and they are excited for their first meeting of the season with the thunder. >> they are always excited to play against great teams, but that's no guarantees we are going to play like we did against the spurs or cleveland. we have to be sharper than we've been. the road trip was good playing all three, but we have to be
sharper than we have been. >> that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody, and enjoy the super bowl. i'm larry beil. >> lisa, you brought the sun for us? >> wow, it will just get warmer and warmer. sunday is the coolest day. we've been talking about how warm it is going to get. records are possible right on through tuesday. the sun is coming up at 7:09 and sets at 5:38. that's 10 1/2 hours of day light. a ridge of high pressure is pushing the storm track well to the north and it will stay situated over the west coast, creating a big, big pattern change from the west to the east. winter is going to reside for a while back east while we enjoy spring-like temperatures. the visibility has been shifting around from santa rosa to petaluma. a mile and three quarters this petaluma but doing good from concord to livermore. four miles now and a little bit of haze. here's mt. tam. a gorgeous shot for you with clear sky. 50 in san francisco all morning
long. temperatures have fluctuated around morgan hill and san jose, dropping a few degrees into the low 40s. had 45 mountain view and half moon bay. 44 in oakland. good morning to you. and from our roof camera it's nice and clear out there. look at the chilly numbers. for a while cop cord was in the mid-30s. right now we've got 36 by the delta. upper 30s for you in napa. 39 for livermore and santa rosa. so it's certainly chilly out there. radiational cooling and calm winds. winds shift to an offshore component and we see the numbers respond. some of the warmest numbers at the coast by about tuesday. so spring-like for the super bowl tomorrow. warm pattern into early next week. records are possible. and in fact we could be a little conservative on some of the numbers. we are looking at a beach hazard statement, though, through tomorrow from the national weather service. this is really to indicate the very large breakers and strong rip currents from the north coast and sonoma all the way down to monterey bay.
currentibility wave heights, bodega bay 11 feet. very dangerous. and certainly ocean beach will be beautiful but you should keep your distance. take a look at the next couple of columns. this is sunday. high temperatures in the city upper 60s to the low 70s. look what happens into monday. we have 78 degrees in the south bay. very little change into tuesday. so we are talking about records. the next few days that is the this is from 10 to maybe 20 degrees above normal. so look at the inland east bay, low 70 starting sunday and saying that way monday, into tuesday. we could get an on shore push, we will get an on shore push into tuesday allowing parts of the north bay to maybe cool a few degrees. but other than that it will be a warm coupling of days in san jose. upper 60s to the mid-70s here, and staying warm by the end of the week one model wants to bring in a little bit of rain. but it's not looking that impressive. so super bowl city today, upper 50s, 11:00. 63 at 2:00 in the afternoon and look for the kupper 50s by
6:00. mid-50s 10:00. 68 santa rosa, napa and fremont. and, of course, tomorrow looking at low 70s. just up believable. the accuweather seven-day forecast, we talked about the warmth lingering into tuesday. then the on shore push tries to bring the numbers back down but it's really going to take all week long and they are hoping for the 1 on the storm impact scale to materialize on friday. but it's got a tough job. the air is going to be so, so dry right through the end of the week. >> who would have thought the super bowl would have been played with temperatures in the 70s this year. >> i know. >> thank u arriving in style for the super bowl means traveling in a private jet for some elite football traps. six local airports have parking set aside for private jets this week. the bulk are located at oakland airport. abc the 7 news reporter jonathan bloom has a look at what flying is like if you are living the high life. >> the sound is unmistakable. it means the big game is coming.
>> we've been planning for super bowl for about 12 months. it's here. >> well over 100 small luxurious jets will land here over the weekend. moments after touching down they are guide into their parking spots steps away from a row of fancy rental cars. passengers are handnd their luggage as they get off the plane and ushered into a terminal. >> we used a used airport hangar, emptied it out and puts luxurious furnishings in. energy this is the way to welcome people because we expect a larmer crowd than usual. >> this is where pilots and crew watch the game while the passengers see it in person. while the airport can't tell us who is arriving -- >> we are having some vip's and sports figures and people you would probably recognize. >> some of the jets are privately owned or others like this one are chartered, hired specifically for the super bowl. >> pilots for jet suite. >> the seats are made of mercedes interior. we also, like i said, a lot of the passengers do work on flights.
we have the pull-out trays. they can set up their computers. >> the plane was wi-fi, satellite radio, electrical outlets. >> headsets for the passenger if they need a little bit more quieter inside. >> not unlike the ones the pilot wears. the cockpit stays open because they are not just here to fly, they are here to take care of the customer. there's no coach class on this plane? >>no, all first class. all first class and we treat them like first class. >> jorge was headed south to pick up another guest. one of several trips he will make before game day. as for his super bowl plans? >> we don't know where we end up on a certain day. we just go with the flow. >> in hayward, jonathan bloom, abc7 news. >> up next, super cuteness in san francisco where you can still
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check this out. there's nothing cuter than puppies, right? the pups are on the embarcadero at 11:00 this morning going through practice scrimmages for the puppy bowl. our abc7 news 360 cam can give you every angle of the puppies, and you can follow us on facebook from our 360 video. you can also change-up the angle yourself too. the scrimmages are being taped for the animal planet special that will be shown just before the super bowl. all the puppies are adorable and adoptable.
6 could 56 the time. final weather check. >> so cute. we are just getting going on the warming trend. today temperatures well above normal. plenty of sunshine. 64 in the city as well as half moon bay. and livermore about 68. the accuweather seven-day forecast, super bowl 50 looking like, boy, couldn't get any better than this with temperatures in the low 70s there. mid-70s through tuesday. and then the cooling trend with back to an onshore flow, hopefully getting rain back in here by the end of the week. >> fingers crossed. thank you. and thank you for joining us on the abc7 saturday morning news. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and all of your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. good morning america next. as we say good-bye, we leave you with a live look outside from our super tower camera. if you are out and about today and see news happening where you live, be sure to tag your videos with us using the #abc7 news. we are back at 8:00 a.m. have a good morning, everybody.
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